Miguel, aka mickie. Code, Science, Politics, etc.

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I can. But I don’t understand why? It’s the page(window) title.






Thank you very much, the post was very clarifying for me, especially about the SPC status. In the law of my country there is no similar legal status, that was confusing me a lot, since the closest thing we have is a CS cooperative society status.

But apparently from what their (ex) clients/users comment and from certain contradictory information, they use the SPC status for the purposes of a Ponzi scheme.



Do you guys think this startup is some kind of unicorn/scam? Until now I have only used its operating system on one of my laptops, which is by far the one that offers the best user experience by default among all the 100% free distros, but the truth is that I have not paid attention to the company’s actions.






cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/250469 > > EDPS launches pilot phase of two social media platforms | European Data Protection Supervisor > > [EU voice](https://social.network.europa.eu/about) (Mastodon) > [EU video](https://tube.network.europa.eu/) (Peertube) > > **--- Sarcasm mode on ---** > > Wait, not that NATO was so united? why don't they trust Uncle Sam's platforms? Why are they afraid of Musk, isn't he the real life Tony Stark who will take us to Mars in green rockets (not the ones he smokes)?
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> EDPS launches pilot phase of two social media platforms | European Data Protection Supervisor [EU voice](https://social.network.europa.eu/about) (Mastodon) [EU video](https://tube.network.europa.eu/) (Peertube) **--- Sarcasm mode on ---** Wait, not that NATO was so united? why don't they trust Uncle Sam's platforms? Why are they afraid of Musk, isn't he the real life Tony Stark who will take us to Mars in green rockets (not the ones he smokes)?
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In the case of Brave search, he seems to be confused or focused more on the user experience than on whether it is a true ethical alternative to G*. After that I could no longer take his analysis or his arguments seriously.


I sincerely distrust any service that doesn’t provide its source code.








Discord: Slack for streamers/gamers/*tubers/influencers/etc.

Uncomfortable to use. A VoIP software (private) turned into a forum app? with tons of toxic communities (nested chats) everywhere.


Although lately I don’t get out of bed with a great positive attitude, during the course of the day my mood improves.


Yes. Any software that can’t be audited, is a privacy breach because we can only trust that the seller is telling the truth “the driver just does the thing it was made for and nothing else.” and most of the time we have seen how this trust has been “betrayed” and the program does other things it should not do.



It happen because unlike software (programs) that is governed by the licenses (copyright) the hardware (physical objects) is governed by the patents, and mostly of the time these patents are share among several manufactures, and sometimes they are extremely ridiculous (you can patent practically any idea, no matter how simple and unclear it may be) that whatever product you bring out you have probably violated some of these.


@IngrownMink4@lemmy.ml its own web crawler (duckduckgobot) uses Google search API (anonymously) It combines data from hundreds of sources including Wolfram Alpha, Wikipedia and Bing, but mostly Google.

@oscar@lemmy.ml Yep, if you want a completely independent and distributed search engine there is yacy.


Well, DDG is basically a privacy friendly frontend to the G* search engine, so this was to be expected. Fortunately I switched to searx. The future of the internet is federation, there is no going back.




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